US Competiveness

Education and Innovation Key to Silicon Valley’s Competitive Edge

Education and Innovation Key to Silicon Valley’s Competitive Edge

Repeated over and over during the 8th Annual CEO Business Climate Summit were two important topics for the future success of high tech companies in California — an educated workforce and innovation.Applied Materials chairman and CEO, Mike Splinter (left), Facebook chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg (second from left), Governor of the State of California, Jerry Brown (center), and SunPower CEO, Tom Werner (second from right), joined a panel discussion moderated by Barbara Marshman (right), editorial page editor at the San Jose Mercury News, to exchange ideas on how to strengthen California’s economy and business climate.
Applied Materials CEO Mike Splinter Discusses US Competitiveness, Manufacturing and High Tech Jobs on Reuters Insider

Applied Materials CEO Mike Splinter Discusses US Competitiveness, Manufacturing and High Tech Jobs on Reuters Insider

Applied Materials Chairman and CEO Mike Splinter speaks with Chrystia Freeland, Global Editor at Large, Reuters and co-host Richard Haass, Council on Foreign Relations, about U.S. competitiveness, manufacturing and high tech jobs on Davos Today from the World Economic Forum (WEF).  Visit our web site for more information on Applied Materials’ activities at the WEF.